Social Wealth.


By social wealth," says Walras, "I mean all things, whether tangible or intangible (which is irrelevant in this context), that are scarce, that is, that are useful to us on the one hand and available in limited quantity on the other." - Montani G. (1987).


"Economics is the science that studies human behavior as the relationship between goals and scarce resources for which there are alternative uses."